Glenbrook Rotary Market
The Glenbrook Rotary Markets are held from 9am to 2pm on the 3rd Saturday of every month.
Come and enjoy the country feel of this local market in Glenbrook. Held in the school yard of the old style Glenbrook Public School nestling under the trees in lovely Glenbrook Village, this market is a pleasure to visit.
Stop off on your way up the mountains - Glenbrook is just a short hop up the highway from Penrith. Enjoy a morning coffee and cake, or breakfast from the Rotary bbq - sausage, egg, bacon or steak rolls will enhance your day, or be more adventurous with the Turkish Gozleme.
Local shoppers stock up on organic fruit and veggies, sour dough bread, home baked cakes and biscuits, pickles, jams and honey and lots of other goodies. Browse around the stalls of quality jewellery and crafts with plenty to spoil yourself. Gardeners can delight at the array of flowers and plants and maybe find that old tool that is just right for the job.
There are stalls laden with items for babies and children - entertainment too with hourly storytime for the littlies and sometimes something special - face painting or a petting zoo. Make Glenbrook part of your Blue Mountains experience.
Glenbrook Rotary Markets are organised by the Rotary Club of Lower Blue Mountains, raising funds to support local and international projects.
The markets offer an outlet for local artisans and growers and the school benefits from a percentage of the stall holder fees. The local community enjoys the day and gets good value and good produce.
Everyone wins at the Glenbrook Rotary Markets!
Glenbrook Public School
Phone: 0419 725 302
3rd Saturday of the month, 9am - 2pm
From Penrith (or the East)
Travel on the M4 heading West continuing onto the Great Western Highway, (up the mountains).
Turn left towards the village at the traffic lights on the Great Western Highway at Glenbrook. Then take an immediate left into Wascoe St, You will pass Jim Aitken's cafe (you could stop and see the great diarama) The market is approx 100 metres on the right.
From the Blue Mountains
Travel on the Great Western Highway, heading East. Turn right towards the village at the traffic lights on the Great Western Highway at Glenbrook.
Then take an immediate left into Wascoe St, You will pass Jim Aitken's cafe (you could stop and see the great diarama) The market is approx 100 metres on the right.
Parking, as befits a country market, is in the surrounding streets. Glenbrook is a scenic mountains village and interesting to visit.
buses:- see www.bmbc.com.au
buses 690P or 690B available from Penrith
After a great ride through the mountains you will alight at Glenbrook Station.
Then you will walk upwards, heading towards the highway. All roads lead to the centre of Glenbrook. Ross St will lead directly to the school -probably around 200 metre walk.
For train timetables visit http://cityrail.com.au
FARMERS & FINE FOODS MARKET=1st Saturday every month, 8am to 12pm
GENERAL & HANDMADE MARKET = 3rd Saturday every month 8am to 2pm
Date: Saturday 21st of April 2018
Time: 8am to 2pm
Telephone: 044 698 828
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